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Metagenics - Zinc Tally - liquid (12 servings)

Metagenics - Zinc Tally - liquid (12 servings)

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Metagenics Zinc Tally liquid is a zinc screening test to determine if zinc deficiency is present


Metagenics Zinc Tally

Zinc Tally Liquid - Zinc Screening Test

Benefits of Zinc Tally

  • Helps determine need for zinc supplementation
  • Tests the level of zinc in the body
  • Delivers immediate result
  • May be used as zinc supplement
  • Doctor Recommended
  • Made in USA
Metagenics Zinc Tally is a zinc screening test, used to check the zinc status in the body. It is a very simple method of evaluating the lack of zinc or abundant levels of zinc.

Two teaspoons of the Zinc Tally have to be taken in the mouth for the test. If, the tongue can perceive the taste instantaneously, then it suggests that zinc is present in ample quantity. However, if the your taste buds react late to the taste of Zinc Tally, then there is a good chance that there is a zinc insufficiency.

In most negative cases, it is likely that the person is suffering from a possible insufficiency of zinc. In such cases, Zinc Tally can be taken as a zinc supplement to help normalize zinc levels.

Metagenics Zinc Tally is made in America to ensure quality, safety and purity.
Additional Information

Additional Information


Directions: Hold 10 ml (equivalent to two teaspoons) in the mouth for at least 10 seconds. Liquid can be swallowed after tasting.

CAUTION: Keep out of the reach of children.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: About 2 Teaspoons (10 mL)
Servings per Container: 12
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Zinc (as zinc sulfate) 2 mg 13%
* Daily value not established

Other Ingredients: Distilled water.

UPC Code 755571031006

Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

Distilled Water...
This body definitely has a zinc deficiency because all I tasted was the distilled water!

In addition to purchasing the Zinc Tally, I purchased zinc supplements... because I just KNEW that I was zinc deficient. :-D
Review by / (Posted on 8/27/2012)